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Default Change 4.4 to 4.3

Hello guys,

i have a question, Can i change my phone to a previous version?
Now, Im in 4.4, and i want 4.3 JWR66 on my nexus. Could be a problem if i flash a previous version?

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As far as I'm aware it should be fine, I flashed KitKat and then decided to flash back to 4.3 which worked fine, now I'm back on 4.4 with no issues. Just make sure you backup incase it doesn't work for you!

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As far as I'm aware it should be fine, I flashed KitKat and then decided to flash back to 4.3 which worked fine, now I'm back on 4.4 with no issues. Just make sure you backup incase it doesn't work for you!

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if you are rooted and have a recovery you can flash a 4.3 ROM...Also make sure you have .84 Radio..If you have have .97 Radio, flash .84 radio after flashing the ROM and the GAPPS..Here is the link for .84 Radio...
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